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Day: November 10, 2020

How to Use Burp Suite Intruder to Test Potentially Vulnerable Web Fields – Technipages

When testing a website for security issues, one of the main things to keep your eyes open for is user interactions. A user interaction is any action that involves the website processing a form of user action. This can be either in JavaScript on the user’s browser or in interactions with the server, such as…
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How to Use Burp Suite Repeater – Technipages

One of the many tools built-into Burp Suite is “Repeater”. Repeater is designed to take requests that you’ve made and to be able to edit and replay them at will. It is a very useful tool for tweaking and refining payloads designed to exploit Cross-Site Scripting or SQL injection vulnerabilities, also known as XSS and…
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How to Automatically Reload a Web Page in Chrome – Technipages

Occasionally on the web, you’ll have a webpage that you want to keep an eye on. This could be for a delivery notification page or for a product release page for example. While you could trust that the webpage will update when you need it to with the information that you want, realistically, this isn’t…
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How to Get IMDb Ratings for Netflix on Android – Technipages

When you have some extra time on your hands, you like to watch some Netflix. What you don’t like is to waste time watching something that you didn’t like after all. You could take the chance and watch something just because Netflix says it’s on a top 10 list. But if you would rather use…
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Turn Selfies Into a Work of Art With Google’s Art & Culture App – Technipages

Whether you like taking pictures or not, there’s a good chance that you’ve taken quite a few selfies. If you are a picture addict, then you’ve gone the extra mile of adding effects to your selfies. You’ve added filters and all kinds of stickers to give your selfie your personal touch. To add those effects…
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What Does X-XSS-Protection Do? – Technipages

X-XSS-Protection was a security header that’s been around since version 4 of Google Chrome. It was designed to enable a tool that checked the content of the website for reflected cross-site scripting. All major browsers have now retired support for the header as it ended up introducing security flaws. It is highly recommended that you…
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Chrome: How to Control Audio or Video in a Different Tab – Technipages

Many people like to listen to music in the background as they use their computers. While many people will play their music from downloaded files or through dedicated music streaming apps, a lot of people like to listen to playlists or songs from the web. Whatever foreground task you’re trying to do, having to switch…
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Trello: How to Link to Cards and Boards – Technipages

In order to optimize your workflow and improve your productivity, Trello lets you link to cards, boards, comments, and other relevant elements. Linking to public and private items You can link to both private and public boards. If you’re linking to private boards, only the users who are already members of the respective boards can…
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Get the most out of Yakuza: Like a Dragon with these tips and tricks

Source: Sega Yakuza: Like a Dragon puts you in the shoes of Ichiban Kasuga, a low-level yakuza with dreams of being a hero. After being falsely imprisoned for almost 20 years, Ichiban comes out with one goal in mind — to find out why the man he trusted betrayed him. Yakuza: Like a Dragon is…
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The new services by Inrupt will ensure users’ privacy over the internet, but free services that we use now may start charging a fee too

As much as we now rely on the internet and various tech companies to go about our daily lives, the problem with users’ data and privacy concerns remain there, no matter how trustworthy service may be. We all are aware of Facebook’s notorious Cambridge Analytica Scandal. Even recently, TikTok, an app that seems so harmless,…
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Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite Receives November 2020 Android Security Patch – Mobility Arena – Device Reviews, Mobile Phone Specs

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite in Europe has begun to receive the latest update for Samsung smartphones, bringing the November 2020 Android security patch. This update does not contain any bug fixes, new features, and performance improvement. This update bears the firmware version G770FXXS3CTJ3. This update is currently available in Spain and it fixes a number…
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Windows 10 Insider build 19042.630 arrives with security updates

Let’s talk computing 5 takeaways from Apple’s M1 processor and what it means for Windows on ARM Today, Apple announced that it would use its new M1 ARM-based processor and GPU in its MacBook Air, Mac mini, and MacBook Pro 13 for 2020. What does this mean for Windows on ARM, and what was missing…
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You may lose system certificates after Patch Tuesday updates

Unlike regular updates that rarely demand much attention, Patch Tuesday updates involve a much bigger process. In spite of that, certain issues do arise. System and user certificates might be lost when users update their PC from Windows 10, version 1809 or later to a later version of Windows 10. October Patch Tuesday may cause…
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Patch Tuesday update history for Windows 10 [Changelog]

Windows 10 version 1803 is marked by the modernization of many Settings components, making life easier for Windows 10 users. KB number Version (OS Build) Release date Notes KB4586785 OS Build 17134.1845 November 10, 2020 Security update KB4580330 OS Build 17134.1792 October 13, 2020 Security update KB4577032 OS Build 17134.1726 September 8, 2020 Security update…
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KB4586830 improves Group Policy and fixes many Windows tools

One great example is that of cumulative update KB4586830, which is now available for Windows 10 V1607 KB4586830 brings a host of changes and fixes According to the official Microsoft Changelog, these are the changes brought forth by KB4586830:  Allows administrators to use a Group Policy to enable Save Target As for users in Microsoft…
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